On the spectrum of animals-online, polar opposite of cuteoverload.com and LOLCats would probably be Thomas Wilder‘s new Animals Loose in NYC series. Not that these images are any less to look at—they’re just infinitely more informative. The concept of which Thomas
Bill Brown, designer and artist living in Western Massachusetts, made 100 different models of pixelated camera illustrations, between traditional, tall, Lomography, Polaroid, disposable, DSLR, point and shoot… He put them all online under a
Tim Biskup may be one of the premiere artists in the lowbrow group, but his work definitely carries a modern, sleek vibe. Marrying 1950s storybook illustration with his own touch of vibrant playful pop, Tim’s website probably best describes his work as
How rad are these simple 8-bit graphic illustrations using the Fashionary templates? I love them because it abstracts each look enough to where it highlights the palette and silhouette which is a very different way of looking at fashion for most people, but super important for forecasting. In all my fashion week collages I always [...]
Italian graphic artist Nicola Felaco likes to paint vectors on canvases – big, blown up vectors. Using different kind of vectors each time, he paints abstract faces. I especially like his Super Mario painting. Pretty similar to Jonathan Puckey & Kazuki Takamatsu’s art but with a different kind of rendering.
Two years ago we introduced you the pixel couch of (young graduate, at the time) Cristian Zuzunaga, well since then Spanish, London-based designer kept on exploring the use of pixels to produce unique colorful visual furniture.
What a great video ! Directed by Patrick Jean and produced by French production company OneMoreProduction. If you too, were are born in the 80s, then you will relate to these Pixel invasions. Already 1 million views in 24 hours! (watch video below) [flashvideo file=http://data.fubiz.net/pixels1.mp4 /]